HydroWorx Flying High with Frolunda
HydroWorx Flying High with Frölunda
Middletown, PA-The Frölunda professional ice hockey club of Gothenburg, Sweden has installed a HydroWorx 1000 Series underwater treadmill machine in their home arena, bringing the first HydroWorx aquatic therapy pool to Sweden.
The Frölunda Indians play in the top Swedish hockey league, or the “Premier League”, called Elitserien. The club is in its 64th year and is a perennial favorite in Scandinavia due to its continued success on the ice. They won the national championship most recently in 2003 and 2005.
The 1000 Series rehab pool was recently installed in Frölundaborg, the team’s headquarters. This HydroWorx machine will help keep Frölunda’s skaters healthy, fit, and on the ice with its underwater treadmill, resistance jets, and deep-tissue massage capabilities. With the swim spa’s underwater cameras and computer system, Frölunda players now have the ability to watch and adjust their underwater movements and gait patterns, ensuring proper form and safety.
The team’s home venue, the Scandinavium Arena is located in central Gothenburg. The complex seats over 12000 spectators, but acquiring tickets can be a challenge due to the team’s popularity. The red, green, and white will undoubtedly continue their winning ways with healthier, stronger, hydrotherapy-bolstered players in the lines.
About HydroWorx: HydroWorx specializes in designing, manufacturing, and marketing the world’s finest water therapy and conditioning equipment for the sports, healthcare, eldercare, and fitness markets. The company leads the industry in scientific research and data supporting the therapeutic and rehabilitative properties of water therapy. HydroWorx has sold products in 50 states and nine countries. Among its extensive and elite client list are: Dr. James Andrews, renowned orthopedic surgeon; the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, the U.S. Navy Seals, NASA, the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Manchester United, Nike, the NHL champion Pittsburgh Penguins, the NCAA men’s basketball national champion Duke University, Notre Dame, and Appalachian State.